The Cullman Times
Rilee White’s two-run single in the sixth inning was the difference on Monday evening, as Cold Springs picked up another victory with a 6-4 decision over county rival Fairview.
White’s game-winning knock was part of a 2-for-4 performance at the plate for the freshman. She also tossed a complete game with nine strikeouts.
Hayden West hit her second home run in as many games for the Eagles in the first inning, while McKinnley Davis (three hits) and Bailey West and Rebekah Calvert (two hits) were the other top performers for Cold Springs.
% Cold Springs 16, Hanceville 0: The Eagles had no issue getting past the Bulldogs on Tuesday, upending their county rival in just three innings of work.
The West sisters (Bailey and Hayden) combined for five hits and eight RBI in the runaway victory.
Hannah Wilson was good for three hits, while Haley Freeman added a pair of knocks and an RBI.
White fanned six and allowed just one hit over three innings.
The win pushes Cold Springs’ record to 15-11 on the season. The Eagles will host Vinemont on Thursday.
% Good Hope 3, Decatur Heritage 1: Kayla Tillman (three hits) and Savannah Fendley (two hits) provided the offense, while pitcher Cara Goodwin struck out 15 batters in a one-hit performance in Tuesday’s two-run victory.
Fendley, Bailie Andrews and Tillman came up with the run-scoring hits, while Alannah Henke, Darcie Wilson and Kacy Thomas each garnered a base knock as well.
% Good Hope 10, Winston County 0: Goodwin punched out 12 batters over six no-hit innings, and Henke drove in three runs on a couple of extra-base hits as the Raiders rolled to a mercy victory on Monday afternoon.
No. 3 Good Hope (34-7) also picked up two hits from catcher Wilson and an RBI double from Maegan Sterling.